Symptoms of Hodgkin’s DiseaseEn Español (Spanish Version)
Hodgkin’s disease does not usually cause pain. As the disease develops, the following symptoms may occur:
- Painless swelling of the lymph nodes, especially in the neck, area of the collarbone, armpit, or groin. Any persistent swelling (lasting more than two weeks) should be examined by your physician.
- Persistent fatigue
- Unexplained fever
- Night sweating
- Weight loss
- Itching especially after a shower or exposure to heat
- Decreased appetite
Swollen Lymph Nodes
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The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society website. Available at: http://www.leukemia-lymphoma.org/hm_lls .
National Cancer Institute website. Available at: http://www.cancer.gov/ .
Last reviewed May 2007 by Igor Puzanov, MD
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